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IRECT FROM THE ARCHIVE is a sampling of recorded audio anomalies gained during investigations by members as ParaXplorer Project, in coordination with other or former teams, and individually. Some are Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP] and Electronic Noise Phenomenon [ENP]. Others experienced real-time live. All are fascinating. The use of headphones is suggested.

Since the paranormal realm The Project investigates has not been scientifically proven to exist, it does not claim the evidence presented herein is absolute proof of spirits, ghosts or an afterlife, only examples of unexplained high strangeness.

Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California  New!  Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | One popular tool of para-investigation work is the red light flashlight. It enables work within dark areas and illuminate objects without disturbing night vision. Most para-researchers understand light is electromagnetic radiation. The portion of the visible spectrum commonly supplied by such lighting is approximately 640 to 670nm.

Consider this: What if like bees and other creatures, spirit entities rely on this electromagnetic energy to navigate or function in our realm and deep red lighting is disruptive, maybe blinding? This is an interesting concept to contemplate, of course, but what if we have possible evidence to add to the discussion?

Presented is fascinating audio from December 29, 2014 Queen Mary Paranormal Investigation Tour guest, Kirk Ruffo at Haunted Holidaze. As tour host, ParaXplorer Matthew, places a ball trigger object in the First Class Pool's Changing Room, he positions a night vision saving red light to illuminate the area. Seconds later, an apparent female youth, possibly legendary little girl spirit, Jackie, shouts "Don't do that!" at the 11 seconds mark.


Evidence: Queen Mary Pool Changing Rool -  Don't Do That! Audible Voice Phenomenon [AVP]


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | September 18, 2015 brought The Queen Mary Paranormal Investigation Tour an especially robust encounter as experienced by Amanda M. and her boyfriend visiting from Glasgow, Kentucky. As the tour group prepared to conduct a group EVP session within the ship's Engine Room, a disembodied voice or AVP (Audible Voice Phenomenon) heard live and real time whispered what is thought to be “What?" next to Amanda's head. It originated close enough to her boyfriend for him to heard it as well.

In the provided audio clip, a guest standing next to Amanda is heard noting her EMF meter signaling a strong yet fleeting reading. The anomalous voice then follows at the 14 seconds mark. Interestingly, having not heard the AVP, tour host, Matthew, warns spirit voices are often heard within the area all are standing. It takes a few moments for Amanda and her boyfriend to shake-off their astonishment and announce the happening to the group.

As seen in the accompanying diagram, the vocalization originated next to Amanda's left ear at an area no person could physically occupy. All other guests were oblivious to the voice. We are thankful Amanda was recording audio via her smart phone at the time and submitted the capture for the team to archive.

Paranormal Investigation Tour guests have personally experienced a good number of disembodied vocalizations late weekend nights with many documented and published here. They can be life changing events as Amanda would certainly attest.


Evidence: Queen Mary Engine Room - What? Audible Voice Phenomenon [AVP]


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California  New!  Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | An interesting recording has surfaced from the team's June 11, 2015 Queen Mary Paranormal Investigation Tour as submitted by Kd, founder of Cal-Para Research Organization, and team members, John and Dyann.

The audio puts us within the ship's first class pool area where tour host, Matthew, is discussing the spirits discovered by the late Peter James. Mr. James is the grandfather of paranormal investigating aboard the Queen Mary who brought the ship's spirited side to an international audience. At the 29 seconds mark, a possible EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) hearty laugh can be heard in the background.

Kd independently consulted with two individuals who were either closely associated or worked with Peter James. Their response was surprised amazement as the vocal sounds like James to their ears. The laugh is loud and unusual enough in delivery that it likely would have been noticed at the time, especially by Matthew, for he is always listening for audible anomalies while presenting. Many audio recordings show him stopping mid-sentence to discuss with guests on-the-spot seen or heard oddities.

As an aside, another anomaly occurs seconds earlier at the 26 seconds mark. It appears to be a whistle performed in a "hey you" fashion. We can't rule-out its source being a smart phone alert, though guests switch all devices to "airplane mode" before the tour's start. We find it interesting its mating in time with the laugh.


Evidence: Queen Mary Pool Area Laugh - Peter James? Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP]


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | While conducting a tour group EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) session within the forward portion of the Queen Mary's aft engine room, regular attendee Micheal M. of Bakersfield, California offered the following question to popular area spirit person, John Pedder: "Did you listen to Elvis Presley music?" A great question.

Knowing ship spirits respond well to discussions and questions of nostalgia, tour host and ParaXplorer Project founder, Matthew, offers a question based-on his recent fascination with comedian Jack Benny's old time radio program. He engages with, "Do you know who Jack Benny is? I've been listening to some of his radio shows lately. I think he is so funny. Do you think he is funny?"

At the the 24 seconds mark in the audio clip above, a clear and absolute ghostly answer can be heard. It was an AVP (Audible Voice Phenomenon) or disembodied voice heard by many within the tour group as the response following the vocalization shows.

The two main people Matthew discusses the voice with are a married couple, Guy and Lynn H. from Sequim, Washington. As discussed, the voice emanated from next to Guy's ear in a location of the engine room the tour has recorded several AVP. The recording was submitted by Lynn as captured by her smart phone while positioned next to Guy. The team also received an additional recording confirming the voice from tour guest, Enrique B.'s, digital voice recorder. Guy confided in Matthew that the experience cause him to become emotional and tear-up. This is common for those encountering paranormal high strangeness for the first time. One's preconceptions of life, death, and what might exist in between is immediately discarded with need to rebuild a new basis of reality.

Here is a passage from Guy's follow-up email: "Lynn just sent me the MP3 file of her engine room EVP capture... WOW!!!! I am still amazed, and just so you know, my eyes teared up again when I heard it replayed.

We look for places to investigate when we travel. You have opened up a whole new and exciting world for us to explore. Of all of the tours we have taken, you are far and away the most professional and enjoyable in the way you present and analyze the information. We have told countless people of the time we have shared with you on the Queen Mary."

Thank you, Guy and Lynn, for the documentation of our group experience. It's folks like you that help create the ship's paranormal profile.


Queen Mary Engine Room - Jack Benny: Yes! Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP] | Class A


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | One stop made while trekking through the lower levels of the Mary is the fabled makeshift "Green Room" located within the Forward Turbo Generator Room, housed between cavernous Boiler Rooms 2 and 3. This area once provided electric power to the guest or “hotel” portion of the ship above levels. It’s a favorite area to utilize the tour’s custom assembled EVP Listening Station that might allow guests to hear EVP nearly real-time and respond to it. Requiring headphones due to system audio being played back to users on a 10 second delay basis, tour host, Matthew, never wears them so he can monitor the session’s integrity by listening for ship environmental and guest noises… and hopefully, Audible Voice Phenomenon (“AVP”) or disembodied voices.

During this session, Matthew asks of any present spirits if they are aboard the Queen Mary or Queen Elizabeth (a Cunard sister ship). A whispered “Mary” is heard by Matthew and an additional guest also not wearing system headphones, live and real-time, emanating from outside the Green Room door approximately 5 feet from any living person. For some unknown reason, guests utilizing system headphones did not acknowledge the voice after the programmed 10 second delay. Matthew was initially concerned the vocal did not record, leaving him and his guest the only witnesses.

Luckily, two recordings submitted by returning tour guest, Marc B. of Semi Valley, California, and first time visitor, Joshua D, an independent investigator from Eastvale, California, show the voice is a rather robust capture. Why it wasn’t acknowledged by the balance of the group will remain a mystery for now. Regular guests of the tour and those who follow guest evidence know the Green Room’s possible spirit occupants are generous with the vocalizations they gift us.

Though male whispers can often sound similar, this “Mary” is right in line with the bulk of the AVP and EVP we have experienced and recorded at the location. Are they possibly from the same source?

Marc B.’s clip is provided here for review and documents the event well. At the 5 seconds mark, the ghostly reply after Matthew’s question is heard. The recording continues to play-out with group reaction, and then at the 28 seconds mark, repeats of the anomaly.


Evidence: Queen Mary Green Room Mary Confirmation AVP Audible Voice Phenomenon [AVP]


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | While conducting a tour group EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) session within the forward portion of the Queen Mary's aft engine room, regular attendee Micheal M. of Bakersfield, California offered the following question to popular area spirit person, John Pedder: "Did you listen to Elvis Presley music?" A great question.

Knowing ship spirits respond well to discussions and questions of nostalgia, tour host and ParaXplorer Project founder, Matthew, offers a question based-on his recent fascination with comedian Jack Benny's old time radio program. He engages with, "Do you know who Jack Benny is? I've been listening to some of his radio shoes lately. I think he is so funny. Do you think he is funny?"

At the the 24 seconds mark in the audio clip above, a clear and absolute ghostly answer can be heard. It was an AVP (Audible Voice Phenomenon) or disembodied voice heard by many within the tour group as the response following the vocalization shows.

The two main people Matthew discussed the voice with are a married couple, Guy and Lynn H. from Sequim, Washington. As discussed, the voice emanated from next to Guy's ear in a location of the engine room the tour has recorded several AVP. The recording was submitted by Lynn as captured by her smart phone while positioned next to Guy. The team also received an additional recording confirming the voice from tour guest, Enrique B.'s, digital voice recorder.

Guy confided in Matthew the experience cause him to become emotional and tear-up. This is common for those experiencing high strangeness for the first time. One's preconceptions of life, death, and what might exist in between is immediately discarded with a need to rebuild a new basis of reality.

Here is a passage from Guy's follow-up email: "Lynn just sent me the MP3 file of her engine room EVP capture... WOW!!!! I am still amazed, and just so you know, my eyes teared up again when I heard it replayed.

We look for places to investigate when we travel. You have opened up a whole new and exciting world for us to explore. Of all of the tours we have taken, you are far and away the most professional and enjoyable in the way you present and analyze the information. We have told countless people of the time we have shared with you on the Queen Mary."

Thank you, Guy and Lynn, for the documentation of our group experience. It's folks like you that help create the ship's paranormal profile.


Evidence: Queen Mary Engine Room Jack Benny fan Audible Voice Phenomenon [AVP]


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | As the team's late night Paranormal Investigation Tour came to a conclusion at around 2:45 am within the ship’s first class pool area and guests congregating awaiting an exit, what appears to be a child's spectral voice calling "Mommy", "Jackie" or possibly "Daddy" was heard live and real-time, emanating from within the group.

Tour host, Matthew, stepped away a few feet from the guests a split moment earlier to retrieve stationed environmental sensors used earlier and was out of range of the voice. As Matthew rejoins the group, the voice is excitedly reported. Matthew sensed something unusual just occurred based on the guests’ excited behavior upon his return.

The extended clip above presents the anomalous vocalization starting at the 4 seconds mark along with another possible slight peep at 8 seconds. During Matthew's inquiry, a guest stating the voice emanated from next to his ear is heard at the 52 seconds mark. This guest's “earful” was later discussed in greater detail. We would also like to note one guest's re-enactment of the voice at the 1:02 mark, confirming what was heard by all and captured.

Our gratitude goes to Deana V. from Hemet, California for submitting this substantial recording. It’s generous guests like Deana who help build the ship's paranormal profile.

Evidence: Queen Mary Green Pool Child Call-Out Audible Voice Phenomenon [AVP]


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | Just past midnight on March 7th's Queen Mary Paranormal Investigation Tour, a guest EVP vigil was held within the ship’s fabled Green Room located in the depths of her lower level. The tour exclusive EVP Listening Station (a wireless system that allows near real-time hearing and recording of possible spirit voices) was started with great anticipation. After asking if St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated, a possible ghostly response is heard. It was captured by guest recordings, as well, including Joe B. from Westminster, California, who first brought the capture to the group's attention.

Evidence: Queen Mary Green Room Yes Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP] | Class A


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | Long thought to be among the spirit residents of the ship's first class pool area is fabled Jackie, a young girl who makes herself known with visual and vocal appearances. On a recent late night weekend Paranormal Investigation Tour, a potential giggle EVP was recorded by Rachel L. of Northridge, California while leaving the ladies changing room.

Evidence: Queen Mary Pool Giggle-Guest Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP]


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | Presented below is a fascinating audio capture made within the Queen Mary Boiler Room area's fabled Green Room while using a custom assembled wireless delayed playback recording system. As ParaXplorer Matthew asks well established ship spirit, John Pedder (who is thought to be based in the Engine Room where he passed away), if he had followed the group to the Green Room, a distinct answer is given. Though heard as a possible "nah", it was heard as "yeah" live.

When asked if he has anything else to say to before leaving, "goodnight" is considered to be a possible response in addition to sounds of garbled gibberish. Was this Electronic Voice Phenomemon [EVP]? In fact, no, it was a disembodied voice, or Audible Voice Phenomemon [AVP]. One of the five vigil participants had a malfunctioning headphone set and opted to slip it off her ears which allowed her to hear the responses unaided, real time and pinpoint their origins. The ending garbled gibberish? It was heard as laughing by the headphoneless guest.

Evidence: Queen Mary Pool Area Vocalization Audible Voice Phenomenon [AVP]


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | Having followed-up reports of a spirit cat that wanders the ship's pool area's lady's changing room by recording apparent "meows" on three occasions, Friday, September 27th's late night tour offered a surprising gift. Tour host, ParaXplorer Matthew, started a contact session within the fabled changing room with calling out to well known purported pool spirit girl, Jackie. He eventually asks if she has seen the aloof cat. Receiving no response, he immediately asks a guest who might have a child Jackie's supposed age of 5-7 years to call-out.

The below recording picks-up at the point where Matthew makes the guest request. What was heard by guests within the room was described by some as an ANP (Audible Noise Phenomenon) "cat purr". Others described it as a possible stomach growl. It was neither.

Reviewing the sound as recorded shows it is actually a possible AVP (Audible Voice Phenomenon) or disembodied female voice saying what most people interpret as, "Hello kitty". As has been learned through the years, possible paranormal sounds and vocalizations can be recorded differently than as heard by the naked ear.

Evidence: Queen Mary Pool Area Vocalization Audible Voice Phenomenon [AVP]


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | ParaXplorer and Queen Mary historic ship Paranormal Ambassador, Erika Frost, shares this EVP captured while leading a recording session in the ship's womens swimming pool changing room during a late night tour. As a request is made for well known ghost girl, Jackie, to come out and play, a response can be clearly heard. For details on the experience including an Adobe Audition spectral frequency display analysis, follow the team to this Xspot report.

Evidence: Queen Mary changing room EVP Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP] | Class A


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DIRECT FROM THE ARCHIVE is a sampling of recorded audio anomalies gained during investigations by members as ParaXplorer Project, in coordination with other or former teams, and individually. Some are Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP] and Electronic Noise Phenomenon [ENP]. Others experienced real-time live. All are fascinating. The use of headphones is suggested.

Since the paranormal realm The Project investigates has not been scientifically proven to exist, it does not claim the evidence presented herein is absolute proof of spirits, ghosts or an afterlife, only examples of unexplained high strangeness.

Villisca Ax Murder House, Villisca, Iowa Villisca Ax Murder House, Villisca, Iowa | Infamous for the shocking 1912 mass murder of Josiah and Sarah Moore, their four young children and two young neighbor Stillinger sisters, this amazing recording was made as ParaXplorers Matthew, Sharon, Dawn, Jodi along with other investigators were taking a break from a late night vigil. As Matthew's recorder continues to run in the background, three vocalizations are heard in the background by what is thought to be from the same ghostly child. A vocalization among the team's foreground chatting can be heard at the 6 seconds mark, a wail at 18 seconds, and tuneful humming/singing from 25 to 40 seconds. The captures of interest are repeated at the recording's end. This is an example of what ParaXplorers have often claimed: Some of the best EVP is captured while a recorder is running continuously throughout an investigation.

Evidence: Villisca Ax Murder House Female EVP Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP] | Class B


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | ParaXplorers Erika and Matthew join students of Sage Hill School in Newport Beach, California in a mini-investigation of the Queen Mary historic ship's womens pool area changing room. The first recording is a potential EVP of a young girl as captured during a presentation within the ship's Mauretania Room. The second brings them to the pool area where an anomalous tuneful whistle (classified as Electronic Noise Phenomenon [EVP]) can be clearly heard but not attributed to anyone present. For full details on the experience, follow the team to this Xspot report.

Evidence: Sage Hill School Queen Mary EVP Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP] | Class B

Evidence: Sage Hill School Queen Mary whistle ENP Electronic Noise Phenomenon [ENP]


Bird Cage Theater, Tombstone, Arizona Ohio State Reformatory, Mansfield, Ohio | Associate ParaXplorer, Phillip Roell, presents this nice EVP captured while walking past the basement's solitary confinement cells of Mansfield, Ohio's Mansfield State Reformatory. The location is famous for its Romanesque architecture, as movie shooting location...and ghosts. Phillip, manning a video recorder, tells us he was slightly in front of his wife, Dianne, who was holding a digital recorder as a male residual voice whispers, "It's outside" or "It's the other side" at the 8 seconds mark in distinct voice other than the couple's. The EVP was captured on the digital recorder but not the video camera.

Evidence: Ohio State Remormatory EVP Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP]| Class B


Undisclosed ship, San Diego, California Undisclosed ship, San Diego, California | ParaXplorer Matthew's first-ever audio anomaly capture years ago. While investigating the office of an undisclosed San Diego ship that was home to a purported negative spirit energy, an intuitive investigator comes to sense the entity. As she describes its vocal quality, an unusual sound of unidentifiable origin can be heard. Some say it sounds like a demon scream, others musical instruments or grinding metal. It is simply, weird, weird, weird.

Evidence: Undisclosed ship ENP Electronic Noise Phenomenon [ENP]


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | During GhostFest Expo 3 paranormal conference held aboard Long Beach, California's Queen Mary historic ship, ParaXplorer Matthew and two others investigate the women's swimming pool changing room and experience possible spirit physical interaction and an expletive EVP. Listen to the full experience as is happened real time and the expletive in question from each of their three digital recorders. For an in depth report, follow the team to this special Xspot.

Evidence: Queen Mary ship spirit physical interaction Full experience

Evidence: Queen Mary ship expletive EVP Electronic Voice Phenomenon [EVP] portion only


Queen Mary hisoric ship, Long Beach, California Queen Mary historic ship, Long Beach, California | Presented here is a recording made during a late night ParaTour hosted by ParaXplorer Matthew. With half his group using a specially configured wireless real time EVP listening system, the other half stands guard quietly listening if any hits heard by their headphone wearing counterparts are Audible Voice Phonomemon [AVP]. In the positive hit shared here, it was. The group sings "Ring Aroung The Rosy" stopping at the last word "down", hoping for a ghostly ending. Listen in to the happening as it's described where the voice originates -- a curtained exit hallway that's known to be active.

Evidence: Queen Mary Pool Area Vocalization Audible Voice Phenomenon [AVP]


Bird Cage Theater, Tombstone, Arizona Bird Cage Theater, Tombstone, Arizona | Known as The Town Too Tough to Die. Based on the generosity of evidence to be gained, it might be said the slogan should be The Town Too Alive to Cross Over. During one of several investigations ParaXplorers Matthew, Sharon, Dawn and Jodi attended with other investigators, a ghostly bell is heard courtesy of a recorder left continuously running in the fully enclosed main theater hall as the complete group took a break in the separate front reception area. There happens to be a large antique bell wall mounted in the theater.

Evidence: Tombstone Bird Cage Theater bell ENP Electronic Noise Phenomenon [ENP]

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Undisclosed ship, San Diego, California Undisclosed ship, San Diego, California | ParaXplorers Matthew, Sharon, Dawn Jodi and members of a previous team were invited to a series of investigations aboard an undisclosed ship looking into potential paranormal activity. One area offering paranormal claims was sick bay. A compilation of anomalous noises culled from a continuous recording lasting over five hours has been created. A team favorite is the ghostly footsteps heard to urgently shuffle away as Matthew steps down an entry staircase to retrieve his digital recorder. Note: there were only nine people aboard and all were accounted for far away from the isolated sick bay compartment.

Evidence: Undisclosed ship sickbay ENP Electronic Noise Phenomenon [ENP] / Unknown


Whaley House Museum, San Diego, California Whaley House Museum, San Diego, California | While co-hosting a late night public Paranormal Investigation Tour at the museum, ParaXplorer founder, Matthew, held an EVP recording session within the house's haunted dining room. When asking for Mr. Whaley to step forward and make his presence known, a ghostly exhale can be heard directed into the digital recorder's microphone. Matthew's recorder was located on the dining table approximately 8 feet away from any living vocal source.

Evidence: Whaley House tour exhale EVP Electronic Noise Phenomenon [ENP]


Star of India Maritime Museum, San Diego, California Star of India Maritime Museum, San Diego, California | While investigating the Star of India Maritime Museum, ParaXplorer founder, Matthew, makes his way from the ship's lower deck up to the main deck galley. As the enters, Matthew hears a disembodied whistle originating near his left ear. As he often does, he had a hand held digital recorder on record non-stop during the investigation and caught it.

Evidence: Star of India whistle ENP Electronic Noise Phenomenon [ENP]


Bird Cage Theater, Tombstone, Arizona Bird Cage Theater, Tombstone, Arizona | During one of several investigations attended by ParaXplorer Project members at the fabled Bird Cage Theater, Sharon, Matthew and an investigator from an additional team make their way to the back stage area of the theater. As the intuitive investigator describes the physical characteristics and location of a spirit cowboy she is perceiving, a long disembodied whistle is heard at the height and location described. The recording is a good example of what the Project has come to determine: Disembodied vocalization or sound recordings often sound differently on playback than originally witnessed.

Evidence: Tombstone Bird Cage Theater disembodied whistle Audible Voice Phenomenon [AVP]


Whaley House Museum, San Diego, California Whaley House Museum, San Diego, California | As ParaXplorer Project founder, Matthew, again conducts an EVP recording session in the house's haunted dining room during a late night public Paranormal Investigation Tour. While discussing EVP protocol with ten guest investigators surrounding the table, three disembodied breaths were heard originating from the left side of Matthew's head. He steps out of the room through a door behind him leading to the general store to investigate any possible source. As he re-enters to address the crowd, it happens again. The exhales were witnessed by all within the room.

Though admittedly of poor audio quality and tough to hear for the causal listener, the incident was captured on a guest's video recorder and at least two exhales can be heard with careful listening at the 4 seconds mark and again at 9 seconds. These two are repeated three times at the end of the full recording. At a minimum, the recording is a good documentation of the experience that changed many lives.

Evidence: Whaley House tour disembodied exhales Audible Voice Phenomenon [AVP]


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DIRECT FROM THE ARCHIVE is a sampling of video anomalies gained during investigations by members as ParaXplorer Project, in coordination with other or former teams, and individually.

ABOUT SPIRIT ORBS Spirit orbs have become quite the paranormal community controversy since the proliferation of digital photography. In short, true spirit orbs are potentially pinpoints of intelligent, self-illuminated spirit energy. ParaXplorer Project is open to its possible existence. Dust specs, bugs, moisture, and other airborne objects reflected by a still camera's flash or video camera's infrared illuminator are usually the culprit in producing commonly noted "ghostly" round artifacts. Unfortunately, novice investigators and those over zealous to capture any evidence have stood by false positive captures as absolute evidence, helping to discredit our study.

With very few exceptions, ParaXplorer Projects passes on posting orb-centric images. For more information on the orb phenomena and how current photographic equipment can use the environment to create them, check back for an upcoming Xspot report.

Since the paranormal realm The Project investigates has not been scientifically proven to exist, it does not claim the evidence presented herein is absolute proof of spirits, ghosts or an afterlife, only examples of unexplained high strangeness.



Evidence: Whaley Museum Violet's room possible apparition Whaley House Museum, San Diego, California | ParaXplorer Jodi captures an interesting image that is a good lesson for all investigators: Every investigation image must be thoroughly reviewed before dismissing them as having no potential paranormal interest. At first glance, this image looks to be an average image shot looking from the Whaley House theater toward Violet's room. Upon close inspection, there might be paranormal gold hiding in the shadows. It could have been easily missed. Give the image a click and see.

A side note: The Whaley House is an immaculately cared for museum. Its walls are perfectly clean. Jodi and Matthew returned to the museum the next day in an attempt to replicate the image with no success.
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Evidence: Tombstone bordello possible apparition Tombstone Bordello Bed and Breakfast, Tombstone, Arizona | ParaXplorer Jodi provides the team with another puzzling image, this time taken at a bed and breakfast located in the one-time bordello house of Doc Holliday's girlfriend, Big Nose Kate. If only the walls could talk. In the case of this mystifying image: If the only halls could talk.

While Jodi was alone on the upper level, she took random photos of her surroundings in the main hall. The two images presented here were shot two seconds apart. Image one shows an object atop or behind the secretary desk, image two shows nothing. Whatever it is appears to have mass. It blocks out light and the reflectivity of the desk top. A claim of the paranormal can't be made for the object, but it's truly a head-scratcher nontheless.
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IRECT FROM THE ARCHIVE is a sampling of video anomalies gained during investigations by members as ParaXplorer Project, in coordination with other or former teams, and individually.

ABOUT SPIRIT ORBS Spirit orbs have become quite the paranormal community controversy since the proliferation of digital photography. In short, true spirit orbs are potentially pinpoints of intelligent, self-illuminated spirit energy. ParaXplorer Project is open to its possible existence. Dust specs, bugs, moisture, and other airborne objects reflected by a still camera's flash or video camera's infrared illuminator are usually the culprit in producing commonly noted "ghostly" round artifacts. Unfortunately, novice investigators and those over zealous to capture any evidence have stood by false positive captures as absolute evidence, helping to discredit our study.

With very few exceptions, ParaXplorer Projects passes on posting orb-centric images. For more information on the orb phenomena and how current photographic equipment can use the environment to create them, check back for an upcoming Xspot report.

Since the paranormal realm The Project investigates has not been scientifically proven to exist, it does not claim the evidence presented herein is absolute proof of spirits, ghosts or an afterlife, only examples of unexplained high strangeness.



Evidence: Star of India light and sound anomaly Star of India Maritime Museum, San Diego, California | Presented here is an exception to the team's adversity to orb-oriented postings. During an investigation aboard the world's oldest active sailing ship, Star of India, docked at Maritime Museum of San Diego, California, an interesting combination of events were experienced by ParaXplorer Project and the founder of a fellow team.

While conducting a vigil on the ship's tween deck in an effort to reach-out to spirits that might be present, a loud, jarring bang was heard along the fence surrounding the deck's cargo hold opening. Luckily, an infrared surveillance camera was monitoring the area and revealed an unusual light anomaly that corresponded directly with the personal experience. Investigator Sarah can be seen bringing her attention to the origin of the noise as the light anomaly passes the spot.

Not dust or a bug, the reflected or self-illuminated fast moving ball adds to the anomalous noise, making for two separate elements that help build a case for a possible paranormal event.


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